Bottomline Technologies

Bottomline Technologies addresses the changing landscape of corporate banking with proven solutions for payments and cash management. The company's products are used to streamline, automate and manage processes involving global payments, cash management, invoices and other transactional documents. Organizations trust these solutions to meet their needs for cost reduction, competitive differentiation and optimization of working capital.

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Whitepaper: Knowledge is Power: How the Quest for Greater Visibility is Redefining the Relationship between Corporate Clients and their Banks

by Bottomline TechnologiesSep 15, 2008

With increasing regularity, today�s corporate treasurers are looking to their banking partners to be catalysts for driving greater strategic value inside their organizations. In order to serve in this role, banks must transform how they interact with corporate clients, pushing aside long-standing, silo-based approaches to products and services, and embrace the role of true �partner.� For banks, the future course is one that no longer emphasizes the collection and aggregation of data, but one in which the analysis, optimization and allocation of liquidity in an increasingly complex global business environment takes center stage. Integral to delivering clarity across payables, receivables and cash positioning services is an enterprise payments hub, which serves to consolidate payments and collections, introducing automation, increased straight through processing (STP), greater working capital management, tighter client integration, and improved control and security around core cash management processes. This whitepaper, authored by Bottomline Technologies� Suzanne Hurt, explores the changing dynamics of the relationship between corporate clients and their banking partners, and how through the use of an enterprise payments hub, banks can become the consultative partner their corporate clients seek.

Whitepaper: Outsourcing Transaction Processing

by Bottomline TechnologiesJan 01, 2008

To ensure a successful outsourcing experience, one needs to; guard against introducing liabilities. Evaluate outsourcing candidates for established and extensive security measures covering facilities, personnel, equipment, software, and data transmission to protect the information and ensure complete confidentiality of the data. Thoroughly investigate each vendor’s security procedures for protecting transactional data. The procedures should include firewalls that allow for transactional workflow while restricting unauthorized traffic, and encryption of key transmissions. Network management software should monitor hardware, software and network traffic, and data should be stored within robust relational databases that are backed up nightly and stored offsite.